Costa Mesa’s cannabis program is like a microcosm of the state’s experiment with legal weed. Hoping for a windfall in tax revenue, the city opened its doors to commercial marijuana in 2016.
Fresno city council members Miguel Arias and Esmeralda Soria have proposed new guidelines for commercial cannabis sales in Fresno.
Coronado has added the consumption of marijuana and other “controlled substances” to its social host ordinance that penalizes adults who allow minors to consume alcohol on their premises.
Oakland has become the second California city and the third nationwide to ban the use of facial recognition technology by government and law enforcement officials. Berkeley may be next.
CaliforniaCityNews hosted a Municipal Cannabis Policy Workshop for Bay Area city officials on July 31 in the City of San Mateo.
Santa Barbara supervisors approved changes to the county’s permissive cannabis rules last week amid growing frustration from residents and officials in Goleta, Lompoc, Carpinteria, and elsewhere.
When San Francisco became the first California city to prohibit e-cigarette sales in June, the big question was which city would be next. Now we know.
Los Angeles’ cannabis equity program could use some work, according to a new analysis from The Minority Cannabis Business Association (MCBA).
Carpinteria City Council members passed a resolution on June 17, articulating a litany of community concerns over the widespread cultivation of cannabis in Santa Barbara County.
They're the OGs of West Hollywood cannabis — dispensaries that have served the city for as long as 15 years.